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The Americans hailed Harold Freeman as a second Hardy. His first novel, "Joseph and the Brethren" received international acclaim. Now, less than ten years after his death, Freeman is all but forgotten. In this study of the writer and his work, John Cable argues that the man who turned his back on an academic career "to go vagabonding" among working people in rural Suffolk has a vital message for the world today. Freeman recognized, long before his peers, the critical dangers of modern farming making his work of particular relevance in the 21st century. Cable maintains that Freeman's vision of a sustainable future is deserving now, more than ever, of worldwide attention.
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Book Description Bloozoo, 2001. Hardback. Condition: LIKE NEW. 2001. Bloozoo. First. Book- Near fine, white cover with colour illus. 8.5x5.5. 292pp. 3 b/w photos, Frontis portrait. Seller Inventory # 209069
Book Description Bloozoo, Colchester, 2001. Pictorial Boards. Condition: Nr Fine. First Edition. 292pp. Illus. 8vo. Seller Inventory # 014164
Book Description BlooZoo Ltd 2002, 2002. Condition: Fine. Hardback. Fine copy. Appears unread. Seller Inventory # A173384